ALL submissions (PDF format) must be made on-line from the web site.
If you are submitting multiple papers, you only need to create one web account. Please use the same account (access code) for any additional submissions.
If you need to edit any author information or re-submit your paper, it may be done until the submission deadline. Please use the unique web account you created during initial submission, to edit or re-submit.
Abstract sent by email will NOT be accepted.
Abstracts can be uploaded from September 15, 2016 until December 15, 2016.
Abstract must be in English and must include:
- Title of the paper
- Surnames and first names, postal and email addresses of the authors
- An abstract on one A4 page (maximum)
- Font: Times – Size: 11 – Line spacing: single
If abstracts are accepted, authors will be invited to prepare a full 10-15 page paper and submit it before the absolute deadline of June 4, 2017.
Papers submitted in due time will be published in the conference proceedings and be fully available via open access.
Commercial papers will be rejected.
Specifications for the Electronic File Format
The abstract MUST be submitted as a PDF-file, saved under PDF. Scanned PDF-files are not allowed. The files must be created using a PDF-distiller, all fonts must be embedded.
The file may NEITHER contain any form of security, NOR bookmarks, links or multiple files in a single PDF file.
Please note that your PDF file must not exceed 3MB.
All papers must be submitted and presented in English, the official language of the conference.
Following presentation, some of the papers will be selected by the Eucass Technical Committees in order to compose volumes in the Eucass Book Series and their authors will be notified. If they respond positively, their work will then go through a peer review process. If accepted by the referees, the work will be edited and posted online with DOI; transfer of copyright will also be requested. If budget permits, it will also be printed in bound hardcopy volumes, one copy of which will be sent free of charge to the corresponding author.